6,000 BTU EasyCool Window Air Conditioner
Keep your home cool and relaxing with Midea’s 6,000 BTU EasyCool Window Air Conditioner, designed to cool spaces up to 250 sq. ft. in size with Energy Star efficiency. This unit comes with an intuitive LED remote and flexible cooling options like the EcoSave and SleepWell modes. With the built-in EasyTimer, you can program your temperature preferences for up to 24 hours and enjoy quiet cooling at night. The CleanFilter warning will always let you know when your unit needs maintenance, and with expandable panels to match several window types and sizes, set up and stowing are a piece of cake. With a 2-year warranty, this unit is truly worry free.
Quietly cools spaces up to 450 sq. ft. in size.
In the event of power loss, AC automatically restarts with the latest temperature settings.
LED remote lets you program your unit and access unique modes like EcoSave and SleepWell.
Unit is no more noisy than any other standard 6000 BTU unit. It cools well in the Florida heat and humidity. It is advisable to have the unit slightly tilted to the outside for condensation drainage. Very please with the easy of installation, it fit the same whole created for the previous unit which was a Fridgidair, seems to cool faster than the previous unit. It is in a portable building used for a Craft Business and sufficiently keeps the humidity low to protect supplies such as paper.Review by Renee 29/04/2022
Where to begin . . . it doesn't cool well on hot days, doesn't have decent fresh air exchange on cooler nights when you just want the fan, and is noisy. On a 90 degree day in New England, it couldn't keep my 200 sqft bedroom cooler than 78 degrees. On a night in the 50s, the fan couldn't cool below 72. It's so noisy that the manual — almost unusable on the important stuff — devotes two whole pages to all the kinds of noise this thing makes. Plus it generates condensation that drips down one side of the unit. I was better off with the 20-year old unit I replaced this with. I would have returned this if I hadn't missed the window before we hit enough hot weather for me to discover just how inadequate this is.Review by NUHistorian 19/08/2021